The Laboratory for GPCR Biology located at the Department of Pharmacology & Chemical Biology and funded by the NIH is seeking candidates for post-doctoral fellowship positions to determine signaling mechanisms underlying the function of PTH-receptor and other GPCRs at the atomic/molecular level using Protein Biochemistry, cryo-EM, and/or X-ray Crystallography approaches. The information obtained through this research will advance the development of new therapeutics for bone and mineral diseases, including medications for osteoporosis and hypocalcemia.
The successful candidate will work closely with the PI as well as with other fellows, faculty, and support personnel in a highly collaborative environment. The conditions are a minimum three-year commitment, high motivation and interest in joining an interdisciplinary research team. We have weekly group lab meetings and a focused journal club. These activities provide a strong training environment. Salary and benefits are highly competitive with excellent career development opportunities.
Send application to JP Vilardaga (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Required Qualifications: 1) Ph.D. or MD/PhD in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Structural Biology or Pharmacology, and at least 2 first-authored articles published in peer-reviewed journals.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 001
About University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
The School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh is a top ranked public research institution and is currently ranked 5th among U.S. universities in NIH funding, and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers with strong institutional commitments to diversity. Women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
BACK TO TOP
ASPET Career Center is Just One of the Benefits.
Discover what else ASPET Membership has to offer!
The job you are trying to reach from was originally posted at ASPET Career Center.